Viewing post #615302 by nap
|In another thread, Sharon, you mentioned telling a story with words.
"It really is a challenging project, trying to project a story through a minimum of images. Sometimes, depending on the photo subject, the story is right there in front of you, but often people will perceive different things, not what you intended at all. But most photos tell a story, so the challenge is making sure the photos 'talk' the way you want them to. " (Sharon)
In considering the above photo of a man and his son, who appear to be in deep contemplation, I've decided to add a few more photos taken the same day. The father has given me permission to post these photos.
Now, is this an example? Do they tell a story? Since I want to understand the concept you are proposing, please advise honestly. Of course, my original intent was not to tell a story, just to capture a touching time between father and son.